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Maura Healey overwhelmingly won the attorney general's race -- 62 percent to 38 percent — on November 4. But the work is not over. As she prepares to become the state's top lawyer, she will have to focus on a host of issues, including controlling health costs and enforcing the state's casino law.

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Maura Healey, incoming Massachusetts attorney general. She tweets @maura_healey.

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This segment aired on November 13, 2014.

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